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erik spiekermann

Thank you for your response: you highlight exactly what I dislike about Dribbble. I agree that it could be fine for certain types of print design, but for anything else, it’s fairly meaningless.

So as someone who’s been in the industry for a long time, do you think anything has really changed? Was there always this mainstream “Dribbblization” of design, or has globalization + the rise of the Internet sped that up?

This is something I wonder about a lot, since being a millennial, I have no idea what the design industry was like even 10, 20 years ago.


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